Things are hotting up with LIPA

Most students look forward to things winding down in the summer – exams aside. Not so the young people at Liverpool Institute for Performing 4:19’s weekend performance academies at The Arts.

The talented young performers at LIPA 4:19 are ramping up their efforts for their annual large-scale end of year production, which takes place in June and July in the Paul McCartney Auditorium.

Providing professionally-led yet fun performing arts training in acting, dancing and singing for 4 to 19 year olds, performance work is an integral part of the LIPA 4:19 approach.

As Samantha Murphy, acting head of LIPA 4:19 said: “Although our students put a lot of hard work into our summer shows, they have great fun developing their skills even further, with the added attraction and experience of performing to a live audience.

“The unique buzz of demonstrating what they have learned to family and friends in a professional auditorium setting allows them to get a real taste for the theatre – making them hungry for more!”

LIPA 4:19’s summer performances showcase the work students of all ages have produced throughout the year.

With material from each of the acting, dancing and singing disciplines, each student gets the chance to perform, while their parents have an opportunity to evaluate how much their child has learned and developed their performing skills .

With students from the Liverpool, Maghull and Wirral LIPA 4:19 academies contributing to the production, performances will run from Friday 12 June to Saturday 4 July 2015 at LIPA, Mount Street, Liverpool.

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